Archive for the ‘Sarnia Sting Trades’ Category

The Sarnia Sting have traded 96′ born winger Hayden Hodgson to the Saginaw Spirit in exchange for Devon Paliani and multiple draft picks. (more…)

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Following yesterday’s acquisition of Travis Konecny and Sam Studnicka, there were two questions remaining as to whether or not Sarnia is a championship calibre team. One of those being defense, and the other being goaltending. The Sting went out and improved in one of those areas today. (more…)

The Sarnia Sting made a big splash late Wednesday night when they announced the acquisition of star forward Travis Konecny and overage forward Sam Studnicka from the Ottawa 67’s. In exchange, the 67’s receive 2 players and multiple high round draft choices. (more…)

The Sarnia Sting have announced the acquisition of overage forward Matt Mistele from the Oshawa Generals. In exchange the Generals receive 3 draft choices.  (more…)

The Peterborough Petes have announced their acquisition of Sarnia Sting captain Daniel Nikandrov. In exchange the Sting receive two draft picks from the disappointing to date, Peterborough Petes. (more…)

The Mississauga Steelheads and Sarnia Sting came together on a trade that sees 1998 born defender Jake O’Donnell on his way from Sarnia to Mississauga.

To Mississauga:

  • Jake O’Donnell

To Sarnia:

  • 4th Round Selection (2016)

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The Oshawa Generals announced today that they have acquired forward Alexandre Renaud from the Sarnia Sting in exchange for two 5th round draft choices.

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The Saginaw Spirit announced the acquisition of Import player Vladislav Kodola from theSaginaw Sarnia Sting. Kodola is a native of Russia and was selected by the Sting in the first round in the #29 spot of the 2013 CHL import draft. By all accounts Kodola had been looking very disinterested in his last few games with the Sting.  (more…)

Josh DeFarias was not happy with the lack of ice time he had been seeing in London. SarniaTherefore, he requested his move from the Knights and the Knights were going to move him with the first offer that made sense for the former 5th round draft choice. When Sarnia made their offer, the Knights knew this deal made sense. (more…)

SaultSteMarieAll the chatter about first year general manager Kyle Raftis sitting on his hands and not actively seeking players to make a push in this years race for the Memorial Cup has finally been silenced.

Kyle Raftis in the last 3 days has acquired some significant pieces to this puzzle we call the Soo Greyhounds, ultimately evening out the depth of the team to compete with both Oshawa Generals and Erie Otters. (more…)